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Equivalent fractions fractions that have the same value.
Decimal Poin a dot separating the whole number from the fraction in a decimal notation (separates one and tenths).
tenths one of the equal parts when a whole is divided into 10 equal parts (written as 0.1 or 1/10).
hundredths one of the equal parts when a whole is divided into 100 equal parts (written as 0.01 or 1/100 ).
multiple a product of a given whole number and any other given whole number.
mixed number a number that has a whole number and a fraction.
benchmark fraction Fractions that are commonly used for estimation, such as ½, ⅓, and ¼.
common denominator for two or more fractions a common denominator is the common multiple of the denominators
improper fraction a fraction whose numerator is greater to or equal to the denominator.
simplest form (lowest term) when a fraction is expressed in the fewest possible pieces. (if there is no whole number other than one that can divide evenly into the numerator and the denominator).
Created by: natalie.morgan